Fun Island Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... a beachside restaurant. Jo decided to go barefoot over the hot sand which resulted in her running for dear life because her feet were burning. Our waiter commented how funny it was to watch from the restaurant. After lunch we walked around a few shops. We decided to have dinner at the beach behind our hotel not realising the difficulty of walking across soft sand in the dark. We found ourselves stranded and we asked if the ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Shari tells me he will take me to a small hotel and that i can call him in the morning to take me to a bigger one if i'd like.
On my way up to my room, i spot a man sleeping under the stairs. I walk into the smallest room i have ever seen and close the door. A feeling of dread ...
... take his shorts off for a doctor of any sex - he claims Indians to be a shy people. We ended up taking a slower boat back to Mumbai center later in the evening. It held people and scooters on the top deck. Caleb had a great time as did I feeding the sea gulls who flew beside the boat. It was pitch black and we were still 1KM or more away from shore when all of a sudden the boats engines conked out. We waited and ...
... undecided about...it's like a hard, icey parfait?! It's ice-cream...but a different texture! The following day we planned to visit Elephanta Island. No elephants, but some old caves and temples from back 450 AD. On our way to the Causeway to grab some breakky we ran into Claudia. A girl from Bavaria that Fi and I had met at the party we'd been to on the rooftop of Johnson's in Allapey, a couple of weeks back! It was strange as she wasn't staying at our hostel ...
... against concrete, rinsing then air-drying. Apparently they dhobis make about 10RS (AUD$0.20) per item. DABAWALLAS (LUNCH BOX MEN) So these guys are incredible. Its a concept really only seen in Mumbai and it works. So pretty much the job of a Dabawalla is this: 1. Collect your home-made lunch from your house (which your mother or wife has just made in the morning) 2. Take the food via train to your workplace and drop it off to you 3. Pick up your food container once ...